intraoral film packet

• The intraoral x-ray film has emulsion on both sides of the film instead of emulsion on only one side because it requires less radiation to produce an image. • To protect the film from light and moisture, the film is packaged and referred to as the film packet. 12

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Types of Dental Film Three types of x-ray film are used in dental radiography: Intraoral, Extraoral, Duplicating III. RADIATION SAFETY FOR PATIENTS AND OPERATORS X-Ray Production The x-ray machine is plugged into the wall outlet, and when the machine is turned on

• The intraoral x-ray film has emulsion on both sides of the film instead of emulsion on only one side because it requires less radiation to produce an image. • To protect the film from light and moisture, the film is packaged and referred to as the film packet. 12

Start studying Dental Radiography - Dental x-ray film: chapter 7. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Types of Dental Film Three types of x-ray film are used in dental radiography: Intraoral, Extraoral, Duplicating III. RADIATION SAFETY FOR PATIENTS AND OPERATORS X-Ray Production The x-ray machine is plugged into the wall outlet, and when the machine is turned on